New Directions in Library Education: A Young Practitioner's View

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Title: New Directions in Library Education: A Young Practitioner's View
Creators: Rogers, Sally A.
Keywords: internships
extended degree programs
library education
library schools
Issue Date: 1983
Citation: Sally A. Rogers, "New Directions in Library Education: A Young Practitioner's View," Journal of Academic Librarianship 9 (1983): 90-98.
Abstract: Over the past several years library literature has included a number of articles concerning proposed changes in library education programs in the United States. Two-year master's degree programs have received the most attention, and some library schools have already revised their curricula to allow for increased specialization and to provide opportunities for students to acquire practical experience through internships. Many of the articles regarding these new directions in library education have been written by library educators and administrators. As a recent graduate of a one-year master's degree program with several years of professional experience, I would like to express some of my views concerning these proposed changes
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